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Oscar's best picture nominee "Little Miss Sunshine" was deemed the Outstanding Film-Wide Release at the 18th annual GLAAD Media Awards held in L.A. Saturday night, April 14, 2007.
"Casino Royale" was selected the Best Film with stars Daniel Craig and Eva Green taking home an honor each.
Emma Roberts, Keke Palmer, and Tristan Lake Leabu all took honor each in film feature categories while Hayden Panettiere and Kyle Massey scored in TV slots.
Dramedy flick "Little Miss Sunshine" was chosen as best foreign film at this French equivalent of the Oscars.
Helen Mirren and Forest Whitaker scored in lead acting category while Melissa Etheridge's composition won best original song at the event.
Recipients included the creative names behind "Pan's Labyrinth", "Dreamgirls", and "Letters from Iwo Jima" plus Alan Arkin as best supporting actor.
Road movie "Little Miss Sunshine" was named Best Feature while gaining three other major prizes at the event.
Writer for "Little Miss Sunshine" and "The Departed" had their writing work took top honor of Best Original Screenplay and Adapted Screenplay, respectively.
"The Queen" took the Best Film prize accompanied by "The Last King of Scotland" as the Outstanding British Film of the Year.
Top prize of the Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture went to "Little Miss Sunshine."
Musical drama "Dreamgirls" garnered most nominations yet got excluded from Best Picture slot.
"Little Miss Sunshine", "The Night Listener", and other eight film titles have been listed in the film categories.